A reminder to a great politician and a symbol of resolve in the eye of totalitarianism. Highly recommend to lookup his part in history.
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It's an unusual statue on a bridge. You should read the history or have a guide, because otherwise you just see there a great statue and nothing else.
I recommend getting a Budapest Card where you receive 2 free tours... 1 in Buda and 1 in Pest. They will explain the historical significance of this unusual monument. I liked it because it was different than most of the other monuments where a pedestal...More
We learned about the significance of this monument on a free walking tour; we learned that when facing it, the left end of the bridge points toward the last Russian monument in the city and the right end of the bridge points toward the House...More
This monument is not your usual monument. It is almost a non-monument, very subtle and serene. It doesn't reflect the horror that Imre Nage was executed for treason by the Communists during the uprising. Our tour guide brought us to this monument and we were...More
This monument remembers a hero of the 1956 uprising. It is a little bit different from your normal monument in that instead of the person standing on a plinth it shows Nagy in a peaceful setting standing on a small bridge. It is situated not...More
This monument is on an island in the middle of residential streets. It is eye-catching and a popular photo opportunity.
We weren't seeking this statue out but it is well done. Peaceful friendly look on the face on a bridge under a tree. That's one of the runt things about this town is the opt up statues and monuments
We took a communism tour which took is by this monument and gave us some background on Imre Nagy and why he was loved. You'll appreciate the monument a lot more knowing about him versus just strolling by like we did the first time we...More